I planted some first-year hops this spring (Williamette, Cascade, Centennial) in large pots as there was a chance we may have to move. They are doing pretty well, some bines approaching 15 ft long. We ended up selling our house faster than I expected and have to move in a few weeks. To pull down the bines and transport them is going to be nearly impossible. I'm wondering if I can just cut them way back (nearly to the pot, sparing some leaves) and move the pots? My only real goal for this first year is to get the plants established and hopefully get them planted in the ground and produce some cones next year. Do you think it will it work to cut them back or would I run the risk of killing the plants? Thanks.